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Many eBooks to download, permission to use Where am I from? and more!

Many eBooks to download, permission to use Where am I from? and more!

[ 0 ] 28/05/2020 |

Hi friends, Here things have resumed some sort of normality. The kids go to school and kindergarten, we get uninterrupted hours of work at our home office, football training is taking place again outdoors with small groups of kids, and social distancing practices. But in about 2 weeks, we reach the end of this scholastic […]

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A Book Snob review, a giveaway, a printable journal, and more!

A Book Snob review, a giveaway, a printable journal, and more!

[ 0 ] 13/05/2020 |

Dear friends, I hope you’re keeping safe and coping with the different new routines that have been in place all around the world. Here in Norway, the kids are back to school, and they’ve started socializing with a few friends after school as well. We’ve had 0 cases in our little town for two weeks […]

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News and tips for multilingual families including a meet the expert session

News and tips for multilingual families including a meet the expert session

[ 0 ] 23/04/2020 |

Dear friends, I wish that you, your family, and friends are all healthy and safe. The kindergartens and primary schools (1st-4th grade) are going to open here in Norway on Monday and both my kids will have their first day ‘back to school’. They’re super excited and I really hope everything will be OK. At least […]

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Free gift for your kids Where am I from? eBook

Free gift for your kids Where am I from? eBook

[ 0 ] 01/04/2020 |

Hi friends, I really hope you and yours are well. What we’re going through right now in our smaller and bigger communities is weird at best. Like many of you, I have friends and family spread in different countries, some on lockdown, others self-isolating. My heart aches. I miss them. I wish for them to […]

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The Malta experience after 4 years away from the island and the birth of my 1st paper baby

The Malta experience after 4 years away from the island and the birth of my 1st paper baby

[ 0 ] 02/03/2020 |

I find it hard to believe it has been 4 years since the day I left Malta and moved to Norway. Where did the years go? My husband and I left Malta with a 3-year-old and a baby in the belly, and now the kids were old enough for me to leave them behind, and […]

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Celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day (MCBD 2020)

Celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day (MCBD 2020)

[ 0 ] 27/01/2020 |

This is my second year participating in the online event Multicultural Children’s Book Day as an author and book reviewer. I am honored to be part of this, helping to raise awareness for children’s books that celebrate diversity and inspire a love of learning. This time, I decided to present to you two women authors […]

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New book – How to Raise Confident Multicultural Children

New book – How to Raise Confident Multicultural Children

[ 0 ] 24/01/2020 |

Good morning everyone, I am so happy today. Most of you here are raising kids who speak at least two languages, right? So, please, keep on reading. I’ve been working on the second edition of this book since the summer of 2018, and I’ve curated an amazing selection of chapters related to multilingualism, multiculturalism, life abroad, mixed families. And […]

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Debut children books by my ‘2020 Debut Crew’

Debut children books by my ‘2020 Debut Crew’

[ 1 ] 23/01/2020 |

One of the loveliest things that writing has brought to my life lately is getting to e-meet some super talented writers who are also getting their debut children’s books published in 2020. We are a very small, international ‘debut writers crew’, and I am proud of each one of them. They are so talented, and […]

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Kids and nature

Kids and nature

[ 0 ] 20/01/2020 |

Guest post by Chiara Battistelli* It is no news that we – human beings – have drastically changed our ‘lifestyle’ in just a little bit more than half a century of massive industrial and technological evolution, in such a way that, besides the many benefits we gain from our modern means, we are more and […]

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Shared laughter with our children is golden- interview with Paul Wennersberg-Løvholen

Shared laughter with our children is golden- interview with Paul Wennersberg-Løvholen

[ 0 ] 29/10/2019 |

I love books, right? This has been well-established :). This means that I giggle with excitement whenever I discover a new gem, and even more so if this new gem is meant to be shared with my children. I guarantee that you will hear your child laughing out loud while you read Super Farty Pants! […]

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